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(Sweet 16) Geodoggie Friendly V3

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Hidden : 05/21/2006
2 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

A cache where your geodog and roam free, while you look for this cache. Or maybe your geodog will find it for you.

This cache has a hidden number under the cover of the log book for "Sweet 16" unknown cache. Make sure you jot this down somewhere. This cache replaces Geodoggie friendly V1 and V2 which was at S 37° 52.195 E 145° 09.581 in Glen Waverley.
The log book in the cache is from (sweet 16) geodoggie friendly in Glen Waverley. You can log this cache as a new find even though your name may appear in the old log book.

Once arriving at GZ you should be parked right in front of a stand alone sign. If you bring your Geodog here you must first abide by these conditions.

How many Conditions are there? A=

How Many bolts hold the Metal sign to its plastic post? B=

How many holes are in the sign? (include ones for bolts) C=

How many metres away from a occupied BBQ area must you keep your dog away? DD=

Complete some simple arithmitic to find the cache.

S37 54.0[(DDxB)+4]

E145 10.9[(AxB)xB-C] (note: x means to multiply in these equations)

You now can locate the cache a short walk away.
Just watch what you step on as remember.. This is a park made for dogs.. So dont step onto anything.

The cache is a 200ml Sistima clip top container. No pen is provided please BYO. It has some usual goodies a log book which cacme from Geodoggie friendly V2 and a pen. Please cover the cache properly before leaving..

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Haqre Ebpxf

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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